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PBS
Jan 29, 2013 12:00am PST
, this colin kaepernick, this stallion that we're talking about and the other one change to the offensive coordinator with three weeks left. that was a little bit more understandable because a lot of the players had been chafing at the offense that they had been running but be that as it may both of them have been risky moves that paid off. >> and there's the narrative of raye louis. >> ray lewis obviously 36-year-old linebacker for the ravens. you know, the first day that the baltimore ravens really existed that anybody started to get to know them was on draft day in 1996. long-time football fans will remember that the cleveland browns left cleveland. art modell moves them to baltimore. so the first real big thing they did was have a draft. and in the first round that day, the first round of that draft they picked ray lewis. it's amazing. that was 1996 and he's still playing here it is 2013. at the most rough-and-tumble position there is, middle linebacker, you get careened around and you get hit, stomped, concussed. when the ravens called them to tell them that he had been drafted, the
PBS
Feb 1, 2013 7:30pm PST
's elite. and colin kaepernick is one of the great football stories of the last five years, i think. he just came along in the middle of the season. the second-year player. took over the job from a guy who was doing very well. alex smith. and has kind of, you know, won over the country with his arm, his real strong arm and his legs. and in speaking with him, i get the impression, you know, an old football coach once told me, you know, sometimes the best players, the young players, they don't know what they don't know. he's just here kind of focused in -- he told me the other day he doesn't even watch sports when he goes home at night or goes back to his hotel room here. he just wants to stay focused on the game. and you ask what do they have to do? actually it's what they can't do. and that's throw interceptions. they can't turn the ball over. the one statistic that always shows up is the team that turns over the ball and interception or fumbles the most almost always loses the game. so those guys just mostly have to be really careful and not throwing interceptions. >> talk to us a litt
PBS
Feb 2, 2013 12:00am PST
be good enough to exist on that alone. point is, it could be a transitionary game if colin kaepernick and the 49ers prevail it could dawn a new era of quarterback the way you approach it in the nfl. >> rose: he's strong too. >> he's amazing. but so is joe flacco. i mean flacco for the ravens has had one of the best quarterback performances in the postseason in history, eight touchdowns, no picks. the of course the heave at the end of regulation in denver to knock out payton and the broncos in double overtime. it is a wonderful matchup at that position. flacco, classic pocket passer. young kid, kaepernick could revolutionize the way we look at the quarterback role. >> rose: there is a game day in which you go and spend time with the 49ers. another day you spend time with the ravens. is that, what is the purpose of that? is it simply broadcast material or for you and phil and the cbs team to get a sense of where they are at the moment. >> they willingly share a lot of confidence information with you. you never compromise that information. if you do you are out of this business in the ne
PBS
Feb 1, 2013 3:00pm PST
a head injury, disclosed it. lost his starting job, that is usually not the case. but colin kaepernick represents not just an excellent quarterback and a hybrid runner slash passer, he might be a new trend in the nfl. that is if he can stay healthy. because the things he does and the things that he is able to do are kind of unprecedented. yeah, there have been a lot of quarterbacks like michael vick and the former 49er quarterback steve young who could run with the ball and throw the ball. but kaepernick has the pistol offense which is on every play, if you want it to be, a run option, a pass option, a face the run and throw the pass option. and right now he is a big question mark and a headache for the ravens defense. and this, only his 10th start ever. >> brown: now mike, there is this spectacle and there is the game and then there is all this sort of backdrop talk about violence, of course a lot of focus on concussion. i saw that today commissioner goodell was sort of defending the sport. and this comes after president obama himself recently, he was asked, he said if he had a son he
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)